builds the house, those who build it labor in vain. Psalm 127:1a
In the Kitchen
This is exactly how I have learned to quilt and stitch. It looked appealing so I had a go. And I love it!Thanks so much Tracy, for allowing me the privilege of continuing to journey with you.
Oh, you look like you're canning. Love the black and white photo!I agree with your sentiment by the way . . . learning never stops!
I couldn't agree more. I love seeing the boys being little sponges - always wanting to learn as little ones. I hope they continue that passion for learning!
Yes!!!jAne at tickleberry farm
wow...this post applies to my post today....this was the first time I made that project..I so agree..learning helps keep the mind young...and you interesting...deby
Are there any new skills you are learning about?I'm giving punch needle a go!
I am in the process of trying to teach myself to cook--definitely a new task for me, sad to say. The other day I tried fried chicken and biscuits for the first time and they didn't turn out the way I would have liked. I was so disappointed! Thanks for posting your post today--it gave me the encouragement I needed to try again!
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